Author

KATHARINE BRISBANE

Katharine Brisbane

Katharine Brisbane co-founded Currency Press, Australia's performing arts publisher, in 1971 with her late husband, Dr Philip Parsons (1926-1993). Brisbane remained managing editor and publisher until her retirement in 2001. In 2000 she established Currency House as a non-profit charitable association with the brief to assert the value of the performing arts in public life and raise the level of debate. She was a theatre critic for twenty-one years, including a period as national theatre critic at The Australian (1967-1974) and has published widely on the history and nature of Australian theatre.

PLAYS OF THE 50S: VOLUME 2 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 60S: VOLUME 1 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 60S: VOLUME 2 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 60S: VOLUME 3 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 70S: VOLUME 1 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 70S: VOLUME 2 by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 70S: VOLUME 3 by Katharine Brisbane
AUSTRALIA PLAYS by Katharine Brisbane
PLAYS OF THE 50S: VOLUME 1 by Katharine Brisbane
NOT WRONG JUST DIFFERENT: OBSERVATIONS ON THE RISE OF CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN THEATRE by Katharine Brisbane
PLATFORM PAPERS 43: THE ARTS AND THE COMMON GOOD by Katharine Brisbane

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